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An Overview of the Boxster

Author: Srikanth Krishna on Jun 25,2017

Sleek and powerful, the Porsche Boxster is a two-seat roadster convertible that’s been turning heads since the late 90s. The Boxster first launched in 1997 and the car was commended by numerous critiques for its power. Today, more than a decade since its inception, this sports car is still regarded as one of the top-performing vehicle in its class.

Speed and Performance

With the ability to go from 0 to 60 in 5.5 seconds, the Porsche Boxster has a horsepower of 265 at 6700 rpm and a torque of 206 pounds per foot. It also boasts of a 2.7-litter flat six engine with Direct Fuel Injection and VarioCam Plus. Its top track speed is at 164 mph and it can give you 30 mpg on the highway.


A powerful car calls for powerful breaks, and the Boxster can deliver just that thanks to its standard-setting breaks with top-notch stopping power. Its front and rear are equipped with four-piston aluminum monobloc fixed calipers so the breaks are both deformation-resistant and lightweight so you can have high-powered breaks with comprising speed or performance.

 Image credit: Motor74 on Flickr

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